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big margins and carried states like michigan, ohio, california, in the four suburban counties outside philadelphia, he got 61% of the vote. zeroed out the democratic margin in the city of philadelphia. if you look at over the last 20 years, there's been a democratic trend in the affluent suburbs, and so president barack obama carried those four counties in pennsylvania with 57% of the vote if he carried the state. mitt romney grew up in bloomfield hills. >> a suburb of detroit. >> well, i grew up in the same area, went to the same high school so i'm quite familiar with it. he seems to be doing better. i if you look at the battleground poll -- the pew research poll where you have a big sample. so if you have a subsample you have some confidence the numbers are good. you see that romney, post-october 3rd debate, is carrying apparently statistically significant margins. people with incomes over over $75,000. barack obama carried them 15-49 in 2008. romney made bigger gains with the high income people than people in the lower income category. >> the swing over the last 20 years in affluen
, california authorities they call in the man that produced the video for questioning and marched him in front of tv cameras. september 16, u.s. ambassador to the united nations goes on five talk shows repeating the same story each time. >> what happened initially, it was a spontaneous reaction to what had transpired in cairo. >> my reaction where is secretary of state hillary clinton. >> to john bolton who served as u.s. ambassador under george bush, the choice of rice is telling. >> when you are a senior american official, you don'ting on the sunday talk shows unless you are white house choice. so, that to me is an indication there were already internal difficulties within the administration and that perhaps secretary clinton wasn't seen by the white house as the best spokesperson for what the administration wanted to say. >> september 17th the state department. >> does the united states government regard what happened in benghazi as an act of terror? >> again, i'm not going to put labels on this until we have a complete investigation. okay? i don't think we know enough. >> from my experienc
. next day, september 15th, california authorities haul a man who produced the video in for questioning and march him in front of tv cameras. september 16th. u.s. ambassador to the united nations susan rice goes on five sunday talk shows repeating the same story each time. >> there was not a premeditated attack. what happened any initially it was a spontaneous reaction to what had transpired in cairo as a consequence of the video. >> they panicked. >> former white house chief of staff john sununu is senior advisor to mitt romney's campaign. >> this is purely political reaction in a white house that had prepared itself to establish a narrative of a president getting rid of the threat of terrorism using the death of bin laden to focus on that and waking up one morning and finding out that terrorism on 9/11 of this year was back full-fledged and even killing a u.s. ambassador. >> former obama state department spokesman p.j. crowley. >> i don't see a political agenda. i see the fog of war. the fact that we still do not know, it's not about politics. it's about the difficult task of reconstr
say that, a mismatch of kids in schools. in california when they ended racial references, the black graduation rate increased and that's because more kids were going to school that matched their skills than actually graduated and the less successful were getting the right racial mix in the freshman class. >> they don't care who is in the senior class. what about this finding, jason, of the issue of diversity and the value of diversity, the supreme court hung a lot in the previous jurisprudence on race in admissions on the diversity because that justifies-- we want-- it's better for students to have a mix ever people to deal with. it helps the educational experience. what's your-- >> diversity has become the new excuse for racial preference of. it used to be to make up for past wrongdoings for blacks, that was the justification for it. we've switched to diversity which could go on forever. the right racial mix, it's the ultimate justifications for racial preferences. the problem is there's no evidence that's the case. there's no evidence a black kid needs to be sitting next to a whit
. and the shuttle endeavour on a journey like never before. it is being towed from the airport to the california science center. the giant spacecraft making its way through narrow streets. the twelve mile trip is scheduled to take two days at the top speed of 2 miles an hour. very exciting to see. i'll so you back here at 6:00 p.m. on the fox news channel. right now we will get you back to the journal editorial report. have a good afternoon. >> a number. new polls have said romney is enjoying a post debate bounce. the average of national polls this week put him in the lead for the first time. with the run can candidate also gaining ground among key voting groups and in some important swing states. is the surge real and what can mitt romney do to sustain it? for answers we turn to republican pollster witt, ayer. a couple weeks back before the debate when the republicans thought it was over, you were saying, no, this race is a lot closer. where does it stand now? >> thank you, paul. that was a pretty easy call. [laughter] >> today if you look at the effect of the debate, it's pretty significant. i
like in in in california they are not spending a nickel. people that paid their bills were not kicked out of their homes as we have learned. >> paul: thanks to you all. if you have your own hit or miss please send it to us. follow us on twitter. that is it for this week's edition. thanks to my panel and all of you watching. i'm paul gigot. we hope to see you right here next week. >> heather: candidates scored points. >> he did call it an act of terror. >> he throws the president a lifeline with o
of this settlement have gone to foreclosure victims. places like in in in california they are not spending a nickel. people that paid their bills were not kicked out of their homes as we have learned. >> paul: thanks to you all. if you have your own hit or miss please send it to us. follow us on twitter. that is it for this week's edition. thanks to my panel and all of you watching. i'm paul gigot. we hope to see you right here next week. >> judge jeanine: i grew up in a small town in upstate new york. i even worked in a dairy. i learned the difference between right and wrong. good and evil. the truth and a lie. i was taught to take responsibility. hello, welcome to "justice." i'm judge jeanine pirro. this week, the president and hillary clinton take responsibility. >> i take responsibility. >> i am ultimately responsible. >> we did not know they wanted more security. >> judge jeanine: well, joe de
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